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iPhone 14, Apple Watch Series 8, AirPods Pro 2 … here are the next announcements from Apple

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Apple is about to flood the market with a host of new products. In addition to iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8, the brand is expected to lift the veil on new AirPods Pro, Mac with M2 chip, iPad Pro and a more powerful Apple TV. The HomePod would be back too.

Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman assures Apple will be launched a myriad of new products between autumn 2022 and the first half of 2023. In his Sunday newsletter he even believes that Apple is preparing a real “flood” new devices by the end of the year. According to him, the Californian giant is “It is about to embark on one of the most ambitious periods in its history”.

Among the novelties of the brand we obviously find the iPhone 14. Expected at the beginning of September during a keynote, the range will include four different models : a standard iPhone 14, a giant screen iPhone 14 Max, an iPhone 14 Pro and an iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Also Read: Why Should Apple Reserve New A16 Chip For iPhone 14 Pro?

Three Apple Watches and the new AirPods Pro

As expected, Apple will also announce a new range of Apple Watch. According to Mark Gurman, the 8 Series will be available in three variants. The company would bet on a cheaper SE edition, a standard version, and a more robust model aimed at extreme sports enthusiasts. Previous rumors are mainly based on new sensors dedicated to health.

The American brand should also lift the veil a new generation of AirPods Pro. According to rumors circulating on the web, the headphones will largely resume the design of their predecessors. Apple would still bet on a short auction, which incorporates the microphone. This iteration would again have a Lightning port. No USB-C on the program for this generation.

M2 Extreme chip, Mac Pro and new iPads

Gurman also expects several Macs powered by M2 chip. After the 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, Apple is expected to add its new processor to a Mac mini. The reporter also claims that the group will reject their M2 chip in several versions. Continuing last year’s nomenclature, Apple would announce the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. These processors would make their debut on the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros.

In the boxes there would also be an M2 Ultra chip. This year, Apple would go even further by offering an even more powerful version of the M2 chip. baptized Extreme M2it would power a new Mac Pro. Unsurprisingly, the company is already working on the next generation of chips. the Apple M3s. We can expect to discover them in early 2023.

Furthermore, Apple should continue to do soenrich its range of iPads. The American giant is expected to launch new affordable and high-end references. The reporter corroborates the arrival of an iPad 10 equipped with a USB-C port instead of Lightning. 5G compatible, the tablet would be powered by an A14 Bionic chip. This is the same SoC as the iPad Air 4 and iPhone 12.

For more demanding users, Apple would market two new iPad Pros before the end of the year. The brand will offer two screen sizes: 11 and 12.9 inches. The performance will be provided by the Apple M2 chip. Gurman specifies that the iPads will be compatible with the new Stage Manager feature of iPadOS 16. He also prophesies the arrival of a 14- or 15-inch iPad in 2023 or 2024.

New Apple TV and the return of HomePod

Apple does not intend to stop there. The Silicon Valley giant is currently in development a new Apple TV. Powered by an A14 chip and an additional GB of RAM, the case would support Apple’s foray into video games. Thanks to tvOS 16, Apple TV should deliver versusadditional playing skills “presumably for the titles included in the Apple Arcade subscription.

Tim Cook’s company is also preparing the big return of the HomePod. The fence wouldn’t be out until next year. It would be powered by an S8 chip, like the Apple Watch, and would benefit from a new multi-touch compatible touch screen. Specifically, you can use multiple fingers to interact with the plate. For the record, the first version of the connected speaker was released in 2018. Faced with disappointing sales, Apple has therefore focused on the more affordable HomePod mini.

Finally, the reporter confirms the imminent arrival of Apple’s first virtual and augmented reality headset. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the company will announce the accessory in January 2023. Mark Gurman assures that the helmet is powered by an M2 chip accompanied by 16GB of RAM.

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Bloomberg

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